Cat Velez - 10th July 2015

This touching video for Spanish singer Leiva's track Pólvora by Martín Jalfen and Maxi Sterle, sees a story unfurl between two paper dolls positioned in different narrative scenes.

These are set in city streets, which has the dolls dwarfed by the massive humans milling around them, rendering them all the more fragile-looking. The clip evokes the mood of the song succinctly, with images that truly speak for themselves.


DirectorMartín Jalfen
DirectorMaxi Sterle
Production CompanyBLUR Films
Executive ProducerMario Forniés
Director of PhotographyJuan Maglione
Art DirectorLaura Millán
ProducerMarta Martínez
Production ManagerFelipe Salas
Production AssistantUnai Somoza
1st ADMar Peiro
2nd ADMaría Pompas
Post Production ManagerLupe Jiménez
Post Production AssistantSara del Tío
EditorDaniel López Leboreiro
Post ProducerJavier Alsina
ColouristPaula Ruiz

Cat Velez - 10th July 2015

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